WATCH: Did we really just see an alien spacecraft on the ISS live feed?

- The internet is buzzing with conspiracy theorists who are accusing NASA of cutting the International Space Station’s live feed to cover up an unknown object entering the Earth’s atmosphere.

The object was captured on the ISS feed on July 9th and uploaded to Youtube by UFO hunter Streetcap1. He did not imply that the object was an alien spacecraft saying, “Remember a UFO is an unidentified flying object. This could well be a meteor or the like.” But he implied that the camera being turned off was slightly sinister. “What made it interesting was the camera cut off when the UFO seemed to stop.”  

Although other enthusiasts have suggested the theory that it could be the Chinese space cargo ship Tiangon.

This is not the first time that UFO hunters have accused NASA of cutting transmission after a mysterious UFO appeared on the live ISS stream. A NASA spokesperson made a statement earlier in April denying allegations that NASA technicians deliberately shut down transmission when UFOs appear on the live video.

The spokesperson claims that NASA never intentionally shuts down live transmission to hide UFOs. Loss of video is usually due to loss of signals from the ISS.

Hmmm so what do you think? The truth is out there…. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see what it is. 

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